3.74km from Sportcentrum OlymposWe were travelling through Europe on a university tour with our son. We chose the Hotel Musemkwartier due to its location on a quiet, canal-lined street with a short walk to restaurants & shops. The room was clean and roomy. We had a European King (two single beds pushed together) and a sofa bed in the living area for our son. The bedroom was spacious with high ceilings and large windows that could be opened for ventilation (didn't have A/C, but even in July Utrecht was cooler and we didn't really need it - they did have fans to move the air around which was perfect). Their breakfasts are absolutely wonderful. As they don't have a common area, they'll deliver the the breakfast tray to your room each morning at whatever time you request. Fresh squeezed OJ, warm croissants, breads & rolls, Yogurt with granola, hard-boiled eggs, meats & cheeses! More breakfast than the three of us could eat each day but absolutely fresh & wonderful! We met Maria the first day and she was very warm & welcoming! She was out shopping when we first arrived, but bicycled back to the hotel in a few minutes to show us to our room. The old town is delightful and definitely feels like a 'mini-Amsterdam'. The street is narrow and there is no parking close to the hotel. So when you stop to drop your luggage, you will likely be blocking through-traffic on the narrow lane for a minute or two while you unload. Expensive overnight parking ($22) at a church lot about 2 blocks away but I'm sure there were less expensive options, we just couldn't immediately find them. Other reviewers had noted the step curved stairs to the 2nd floor. I would echo their sentiments that the stairs will not be suitable for folks with limited mobility. A perfectly charming Bed & Breakfast, with a very nice, welcoming staff and a superb breakfast. As travellers, we couldn't ask for much more! Highly recommend this B&B!